Beloved for its mellow, fruity flavours and crisp acidity, Pinot Grigio is fast becoming one of Australia’s favourite white wines. Explore our selection of easy drinking Pinot Grigio wines and revel in dulcet flavours that pair effortlessly with your favourite dishes.
Discover the best Pinot Grigio to satisfy any preference
Characterised by notes of apple, pear, and honeysuckle, Pinot Grigio has a diverse palette of flavours. Hints of lime and lychee make this grape varietal the perfect complement to seafood, pasta and charcuterie boards. The high acidity brings a crisp bite, making Pinot Grigio a refreshing wine to sip during the day or night.
Whether you’ve been a long-time connoisseur or you’re looking to expand your palette, a quality wine shouldn’t be reserved solely for special occasions but enjoyed casually with friends and family. Every time you pop the cork on our Pinot Grigio white wines, we hope you savour their distinct flavours and experience the spirit of Millon Wines.
Australian crafted Pinot Grigio
With a Mediterranean-style microclimate and lush fertile soils, our Eden Valley winery is perfectly placed to craft quality wines with a balance of sweetness and acidity. Each Pinot Grigio white wine has its own unique flavour profile to match different moods, meals, and preferences, so we’re certain you’ll find a bottle that suits your particular tastes.
At Millon Wines, we’re committed to crafting the very best Pinot Grigio for casual imbibing. Using grapes cultivated exclusively from our own vineyards, we combine old world and new world winemaking processes that captures the terroir of our winery in every glass. From the vine to the bottle, our artisanal Pinot Grigio wines are produced in small batches for exceptional quality control.
Buy Pinot Grigio and more at Millon Wines
With wineries in the Barossa Valley, Clare Valley and Eden Valley, Millon Wines is home to a superb collection of Pinot Grigio white wines. Whether you’re looking to sample a new bottle or expand your existing collection, you can find the best Pinot Grigio here. If you have any questions about our award-winning wines, please reach out and we will be happy to assist you.
What does Pinot Grigio taste like?
Many people ask this question, and there is no simple answer. The taste of Pinot Grigio can vary depending on the grape varietal, growing region, and winemaking techniques used. However, in general, Pinot Grigio has high acidity and notes of apple, pear and honeysuckle. Its light hues and crisp flavours make it the ideal summer drink.
What cheese does Pinot Grigio pair with?
The saltiness of Gruyère and cured meats provide the perfect contrast and complement to the sweet fruity notes of Pinot Grigio white wines and other sweet tipples like Riesling.
Is Pinot Grigio sweeter than Moscato?
While Pinot Grigio offers a whole host of fruity flavours and light notes of honey, it isn’t as sweet as Moscato. However, many people find it sweeter than Chardonnay and Sauvignon Blanc. You’ll experience a full palette of fresh fruity flavours with a crisp bite, thanks to its balanced acidity.
Should I refrigerate Pinot Grigio?
Some people believe that Pinot Grigio is best served chilled, usually between 7 and 9ºC, while others believe it tastes better at room temperature. As with other white wines, there is no right or wrong answer, and ultimately it comes down to personal preference. If you enjoy drinking your Pinot Grigio chilled, then by all means, refrigerate it! Otherwise, feel free to drink it at room temperature. Either way, you’re sure to enjoy this delicious wine.
What is the difference between Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio?
Pinot Gris and Pinot Grigio wines are produced from the same grape variety and are part of the Pinot family. However, Pinot Gris is based on the French Alsace style, which features a sweeter and richer taste with slightly more alcohol content, while Pinot Grigio offers a lighter taste with more subtle flavours.